ESAIC Podcast on Anaesthesia and Intensive Care

by ESAIC

Tune in for the ESAIC Podcast on Anaesthesia and Intensive Care as we talk about various knowledge-building topics covering Anaesthesia, Intensive Care, Pain, Emergency and Perioperative Medicine, Patient Safety, and more. The European Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care (ESAIC) is the leading society for education, research, and science. Take your career to the next level and help improve patient care everywhere b ... 

 ...  Read more

Podcast episodes

  • Season 3

  • Standing up to gender discrimination in anaesthesia

    Standing up to gender discrimination in anaesthesia

    Discrimination against women in the healthcare sector is a reality that many women have to deal with on a daily basis. In this episode, Dr Natalie Urwyler, starting from her own experience in the workplace, provides valuable insights on the reasons that cause such behaviours and the impact that those are having while highlighting steps that need to be taken towards their elimination. Join her in an insightful discussion on “Standing up to gender discrimination in anaesthesia” with our host, Dr Paul McConnell, and learn more.

  • Intraoperative pain monitoring, myth or reality?

    Intraoperative pain monitoring, myth or reality?

    Studies have shown that monitoring and treating intraoperative nociceptive events can lead to less postoperative pain, making it a critical aspect of patient care during surgery. Still there is a difference in the perceived importance of anesthetic depth vs antinociception monitoring among anaesthetists. Which are the reasons behind this reality? Is it possible to guarantee intraoperative pain monitoring for all patients? Are the devices currently on the market known and used by professionals? In this episode our host Dr Roberta Monzani discuss with Dr Helmar Bornemann-Cimenti issues related to Intraoperative Pain Monitoring while highlighting the importance of pain management as an essential element in the medical health system and in patient care. Join them and learn more. Supported by Medtronic

  • Chronic postsurgical pain

    Chronic postsurgical pain

    How chronic post-surgical pain is being defined? How many patients suffer from chronic post-surgical pain after a surgery? Is it possible to prevent chronic post-surgical pain? What about neuropathic pain? Join our host Prof. Ulrike Stamer, in an in-depth discussion with Prof. Patrice Forget and learn more on this significant topic.

  • The Known Unknowns: things we know that we do not know in paediatric perioperative care

    The Known Unknowns: things we know that we do not know in paediatric perioperative care

    Why is difficult to define relevant outcomes in Paediatric Anaesthesia research? Can adverse events be considered as relevant outcomes at all? In this episode, our host, Dr Nicola Groes Clausen, discusses with Prof. Laszlo Vutskits the relevant outcomes of Paediatric Anaesthesia and research. Join them in their enlightening discussion and get informed. Supported by ESPA

  • Sustainability in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care: Linking local projects for national results

    Sustainability in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care: Linking local projects for national results

    How the anaesthetic practice affects the environment? What are the ways through which changes in current practices can be instituted? What about the main barriers to change? How institutional changes can reach the grassroots level? In this episode, our host, Dr Paul McConnell, discusses with Dr Kenneth Barker, part of the Green Anaesthesia Scotland Group, one of the biggest and most important topics in Anaesthesia, sustainability. Join them and get informed.